Thanks for the edification!
happy birthday. you're my hero
Happy Birthday Sheldon and thanks for all the great wisdom you bestow upon us.
Yes, Happy Birthday! I know very few people who are so helpful in an open-source kind of way, getting nothing directly back. You're a real boon to the cycling community.
i've learned many things from your site. I appreciate your willingness to share your knowledge.
+1. Happy birthday!Originally Posted by Philatio
TH 1.81 (133kg*62)
Wow, two birthday threads for Sheldon Brown...
Happy birthday Sheldon!
Many thanks to you- Without your wisdom, Id still be on rollerblades
The first rule of flats is You don't talk about flats!
Happy birthday, Sheldon. Thanks for all the help.
Safe, efficient, and comfortable transportation.
Speech! Speech! Speech!
u da man
Happy Birthday Sheldon!
You have been an inspiration in my accepting the view that if it is on a bicycle, and it works, it is all good!
Please continue to bless the online cycling community with your wit and wisdom for many years!
Thanks Mr. Brown. Happy Birthday! ~jg
Happy Birthday, Sheldon. May you have many, many more!!
Many happy returns, Sheldon!
Higher ground for the apocalypse!
You are truly "Da Guru" ! A real giver. Keep on keepin on!
Happy Birthday, thanks for all the free advice. Tell Harris they always treated me very well.
Sheldon, you are without equal. Thanks of all the indespensible information seemingly unavailable anywhere else.
seeing this is your birthday, i can understand the attraction (or veiled contempt?) for the old french standard...... 22.0 quills, anyone?
Happy birthday, again!
"Evidence, anecdote and methodology all support planning for roadway bike traffic."
Sheldon, thank you for being so wise, so practical, so approachable, and so willing to help. You have done more than perhaps any other individual to promote the understanding and appreciation of all things bicycle. Happy Birthday!!
39 again? Happy Birthday Sheldon!
"It hurts so good..."
Tonight, after a hard days work, when I have reached my dwelling, I will raise a glass containing some form of alcoholic beverage in your honor. Then, I will drink it and wait one hour before operating heavy machinery. Huzzah!
Call me Joe. That's my name